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balance that kind of conversation? the sort of nra crowd is saying this is just domestic violence, guns are unrelated. there are statistics out there saying guns make it more likely that it's going to turn deadly. how should that conversation sort of be balanced, do you think? >> i think you are absolutely right. when these things happen, it's too late. what i think is interesting is that the nras hold on the political conversation is actually breaking a little bit. the nra spent a lot of money in the last cycle. they went up against a lot of candidates, lost across the board. i'm hoping their control of the political conversation, i commend mayor bloomburg. he's investing a lot of money and trying to balance out the nra. he's had a lot of victory. it's an important effort. politics have become constrained and the ability to talk about it is constrained. there's a plug at the nra wheels. the less people fear that, politicians, political leaders, the more we engage in a conversation. maybe gun control wasn't the issue per se. background check or other issues. a broader conversation, does
to go. my thoughts on the n.r.a. and america's gun culture, i believe the n.r.a. is the new kkk. >> wow. >> and that the arming of so many black youths and blowing up our communities with drugs and having an open shooting gallery is the work of people that obviously don't have our best interests. >> that's what kevin whitlock really thinks. is that a guy that bob costas-- jason whitlock, pardon me, bob costas should be quoting? >> and the kkk, that injection into this tragic so out of place, the press is not focused on the fact that most of the moral outrage here has been directed toward the weapon, towards gun rather than to the actual killer, that's been a huge part of this story that's missing. >> jon: there are 100 million gun owners in this country. hard to equate that with the kkk. up next, controversy over a shocking image. . >> a man gets pushed to his death at a new york city subway stop. the tragic scene captured by a photo journalist and then published by the new york post. did the paper do anything ♪ [ female announcer ] for everything your face has to face. face it with p
are for guns -- we had the nra saying that kassandra perkins should have had a gun, should have had a handgun, if she had -- that's a little -- i'm sorry. one thing missing in the equation is that the woman owning a gun so she could save her life from that murderer. that's different from what you're saying here? >> it's something -- armchair quarterbacks is easy to do. we have a problem. the problem was a gentleman made the wrong decision or made a decision that's going to affect not only the young baby's life but families. you know, from my perspective and my view, what he did committed a crime. right and wrong. when somebody talks about, hey, john, you're going down a direction that's a little dangerous, ultimately myself as an educator, when i get up in the morning and have the opportunity to help, it's what i have to do. >> all right. bob, all week -- i want to see what bob has to say after john says that. bob? >> what i want to look at is the bottom line. if you have kids at a camp from the inner city who are learning how to assemble and disassemble a rifle and learning proper safety and
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